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WOE UNTO ME Anticipated New Album Available For Pre-Order!


After two monstrously epic and emotionally wrenching singles/videos anticipation is high for WOE UNTO ME’s forthcoming album. Titled ‘Along the Meandering Ordeals, Reshape the Pivot of Harmony,’ the album is scheduled for a March 24th release date. The Eastern European band’s third album, and first for M-Theory Audio, will be made available on Digipak CD with 16-page booklet, as well as a limited gatefold jacket double LP pressing including bonus tracks (covers of Meshuggah and Klone) pressed either on green/blue swirl (250 copies) or the band/label exclusive black variant (100 copies). Available for Pre-Order now HERE or Digital Pre-Save HERE.


“The plot of the entire album is based on the internal psychological conflict of a human-being. This conflict has been repeatedly raised in the works of the eminent philosophers and psychologists. Sigmund Freud and Erich Fromm described it quite clearly in their works,” explains guitarist Artyom Serdyuk. “We took the main idea of the conflict and placed the main character in it in order to lead him along the path of internal transformation. We decided to test his moral and ethical values along the way. We tried to analyze how he could behave in certain situations and tried to answer a simple question: "What makes us human?" The protagonist collects himself piece by piece as he progresses through the entire album. He is thrown into extremes from song to song. He explores asceticism, the nature of human destructiveness, nihilism, his own powerlessness in front of a constantly changing world, in order to accept himself at the end of the path. Finally, he becomes a person who can act thoughtfully. We decided to sacrifice him for a common to all mankind goal. Conceptually, we have not departed from the classic themes revealed in the doom metal genre. However, despite the gloomy and heavy message, we left a hope of the necessity and expediency of the chosen path of the protagonist in each song. We tried to investigate how a human is brought up.”

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